05-07-2009 08:15 PM - last edited on 06-21-2010 01:28 AM by Agotthelf
I have a built-in Verizon WWAN card in my x200t - and the vista Qualcomm Gobi drivers don't work under Win7 even if compatibility is set to Vista and run as admin selected.
Has anyone been able to get this card to work under Windows 7? I've been unsuccessful with it in build 7000 and 7100.
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06-23-2009 06:14 AM
I hope you have this working by now, but if not you should know the Lenovo have released Windows 7 Qualcomm BETA drivers, which (at least for my W500) seems to be working fine.
I had to uninstall the drivers I had installed from Vista, and then install these. After that , since I have a Ericsson F3507g, I also had to install the Ericsson drivers as well - don't know if this is relevant for yoy.
I have this running on Lenovo W500 installed with Win 7 x64 build 7100 and build 7232.
Hope this helps,
06-25-2009 09:07 PM
02-11-2010 03:30 PM
Does this Qualcomm Gobi WWAN card include integrated GPS? (ie. is the Gobi 1000 or Gobi 2000 card???)
I know Lenovo offers a Gobi-Qualcomm card for X200 tablet for use on Verizon (Lenovo P/N 57Y4485). But I recently learned via Internet searchs that the "Gobi 1000/2000" cards features GPS capability (see www.GobiAnywhere.com) as well as world wide compatibility with foreign 3G netoworks. Verizons accesory website makes no mention of GPS or international 3G capability. I am also trying to learn what this difference is between the Gobi 1000 and Gobi 2000 card.
Please help if you know anyting about X200 Tablet WWAN with GPS for Verizon Broadband. You may also contact me via email: c_cline at bellsouth.net. I want to upgrade my X200 Tablet and would like GPS and international portability if this is possible.
02-11-2010 04:25 PM
I know the Gobi 2000 supports 3G operation on the 900MHz band, which is increasingly being used outside North America, while the Gobi 1000 doesn't support it. There may be other differences as well.
03-17-2010 08:14 AM
re: Gobi 2000 in x200 tablet
Anyone having luck getting the Gobi 2000 to work in an x200 tablet?
I found the BIOS whitelist error when I tried and have been reading about Zender's BIOS fix.
06-20-2010 08:43 AM
I heard that Gobi 2000 is not compatible with x200t.
Don't know why? But, x200(s) is fine with it???
06-21-2010 01:13 AM
It's a bios issue as the Gobi card is not included in approved WWAN cards on x200t's peripheral white list. There is a workaround but it sounds like your machine is working just fine.